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Donald Trump Cannot Abolish Birthright Citizenship

Fear of immigrants and of large groups of people entering America from abroad is not new. More than a century ago, many Americans were afraid that the country would be “invaded” by Chinese immigrants. 960 more words

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In Rejecting Florida Appeals, US Supreme Court Justices Debate Future Of Death Penalty

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MIAMI (CNN) — As the US Supreme Court rejected a series of death penalty appeals from Florida on Tuesday, key justices laid bare the enduring divisions over the fairness and effectiveness of the ultimate punishment. 755 more words

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CNET: Supreme Court declines to hear appeal of Obama-era net neutrality rules

CNET: Supreme Court declines to hear appeal of Obama-era net neutrality rules. “The U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal of Obama-era net neutrality regulations that could have gutted the authority of the Federal Communications Commission. 34 more words

Security & Legal Issues

Supreme Court Turns Away Challenge To California Gun Control Measure

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court is refusing a new invitation to rule on gun rights, leaving in place California restrictions on carrying concealed handguns in public. 120 more words

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CNN: Supreme Court won’t block children’s climate change lawsuit. https://www.cnn.com/2018/11/02/politics/climate-change-children-trial-supreme-court/index.html By Ariane de Vogue, CNN Supreme Court Reporter Updated 9:15 AM EDT, Sat November 03, 2018 Washington (CNN)The Supreme Court rejected the Trump administration’s request Friday to stop a lawsuit brought by youths who are seeking to hold the government accountable for failing to do…

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Climate Matters

Reuters: U.S. Supreme Court divided over Google privacy settlement

Reuters: U.S. Supreme Court divided over Google privacy settlement. “U.S. Supreme Court justices, in an internet privacy case involving Google(GOOGL.O), disagreed on Wednesday over whether to rein in a form of settlement in class action lawsuits that awards money to charities and other third parties instead of to people affected by the alleged wrongdoing.”

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